From the Kids Choice Award winning series Big Time Rush, actor and singer Stephen K. Glickman is rushing onto the music scene with his album, The Moving Company.

The album of covers (released August 4th) features tracks from Billie Eilish, Radiohead, The Beatles, Post Malone, Soul Asylum, Green Day, and Bob Dylan among others.

Glickman landed on his lead single — “Crazy” by Gnarles Barkley — after that cover blew up on TikTok, amassing a whopping 200,000,000 streams thanks to posts and tags from Addison Rae, Ben Platt, and song-originator CeeLo Green.

Glickman spent much of the pandemic on The Moving Company, working with Grammy Winner producer Greg Collins (Album Of The Year for U2) and Natalie London (indie-folk group Hey, King!).

Some amazing musicians sat in with Glickman, including Casey Abrams (upright bass virtuoso from American Idol), Jessy Greene (Foo Fighters), Rachel Grace (Ariana Grande), and Marza Wilks (World Civic Orchestra).

For “Crazy” promotional purposes, Glickman shot a Joaquin Phoenix Joker inspired music video.  The album can be also be streamed on Spotify.

In addition his music and acting, Glickman hosts The Night Time Show podcast and works with charities in support of Children’s Hospital LA.

Stephen Glickman
Actor Stephen Glickman. Photo Credit: @ShotbyOrion.

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Byron Burton is the Awards Editor and Chief Critic at Awards Focus and a National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Award winning journalist for his work at The Hollywood Reporter.

Byron is a voting member of the Television Academy, Critics Choice Association, and the Society of Composers & Lyricists (the SCL) for his work on Marvel's X-Men Apocalypse (2016). Working as a journalist and moderator, Byron hosts Emmy and Oscar panels for the major studios, featuring their Below The Line and Above The Line nominees (in partnership with their respective guilds).

Moderating highlights include Ingle Dodd's "Behind the Slate" Screening Series and their "Spotlight Live" event at the American Legion in Hollywood. Byron covered the six person panel for Universal's "NOPE" as well as panels for Hulu's "Pam & Tommy Lee" and "Welcome to Chippendales" and HBO Max's "Barry" and "Euphoria."

For songwriters and composers, Byron is a frequent moderator for panels with the Society of Composers and Lyricists (SCL) as well as The ArcLight's Hitting the High Note Oscar series.

Byron's panels range from FX's Fargo to Netflix's The Crown, The Queen's Gambit, The Witcher & Bridgerton; HBO Max's The Flight Attendant, Hacks, Succession, Insecure, & Lovecraft Country; Amazon Studios' The Legend of Vox Machina, Wild Cat, & Annette; and Apple TV+s Ted Lasso, Bad Sisters, and 5 Days at Memorial.

In February of 2020, Byron organized and hosted the Aiding Australia Initiative; launched to assist in the restoration and rehabilitation of Australia's wildlife (an estimated 3 billion animals killed or maimed and a landmass the size of Syria decimated).

Participating talent for Aiding Australia includes Robert Downey Jr., Michael Keaton, Jeremy Renner, Harrison Ford, Jim Carrey, Josh Brolin, Bryan Cranston, Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, JK Simmons, Tobey Maguire, Alfred Molina, James Franco, Danny Elfman, Tim Burton, Kim Basinger, Robert Wuhl, Tim Allen, Colin Hay, Drew Struzan, and Michael Rosenbaum.

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